Crowbar

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Tool and Usage

Project details
LicenseMIT
Programming languagePython
AuthorGökhan Alkan
Latest release4.2 []

Project health

85
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Why this tool?

While most brute forcing tools take a similar approach, Crowbar can use different methods that are not always available in other utilities. For example, Crowbar can use SSH keys, instead of the typical username and password combination. This might be useful during penetration testing when these type of details are discovered.

Background information

Crowbar was formally known as Levye.

Usage and audience

Crowbar is commonly used for penetration testing. Target users for this tool are pentesters.

Tool review and remarks

The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:

Strengths

  • + The source code of this software is available

History and highlights

  • Demo at Black Hat USA 2014 Arsenal
  • Demo at Black Hat USA 2015 Arsenal

Author and Maintainers

Crowbar is under development by Gökhan Alkan.

Installation

Supported operating systems

Crowbar is known to work on Linux.

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Categories

This tool is categorized as a brute force tool and password security tool.

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